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Contenders look for edge in tight race

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The two candidates for the U.S. Senate seat from Colorado, despite multiple similarities, couldn’t see the world more differently. Michael Bennet and Ken Buck both are attorneys, both hail from outside Colorado, both have Ivy League ...

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Slumping resort real estate means bargains for rich

By Dennis Webb

America’s “Great Recession” has provided a great lesson for resort real estate markets. Economic slowdowns hit even the wealthy, and this latest one has dealt a serious blow to markets in places such as Aspen, Vail and ...

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Nun who started St. Mary’s Hospital memorialized in bronze sculpture

By Rachel Sauer

To look at her face now, serene in bronze, is to see barely more than a girl. She was so young. But look closer and there is determination in her clear eyes, and hope and faith. And there is love. Sister Mary Balbina Farrell could not have ...

Widower, 81, ID’d in fatality with SUV, cart

By Amy Hamilton

Most people knew Robert Tracy as the older man who zoomed around town on his shaded, electric cart. Others knew him as a Shriner, who never missed a parade or the chance to dress up as a clown. That same clown-face trademark is plastered on ...

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Montrose church plans events to help pastor with mounting cancer expenses

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MONTROSE — Cancer is an overwhelming burden by itself. Fighting it without insurance might seem hopeless. That’s what Rosemont Baptist Church pastor Kim Bearden is facing, but the 56-year-old has kept a positive spirit. His ...

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This October balmier than usual

By Amy Hamilton

Hang onto those shorts. Don’t put away the sandals just yet. Never mind that the calendar says it’s mid-October. High temperatures lately hitting the mid-70s in the afternoon hardly feel like fall weather at all. Temperatures ...

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Pipe breaks, swamping downtown businesses

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When the Grand Junction police officer roused him from bed with a phone call at 2:30 a.m. and mentioned a waterline break and his Persian rug business in the same sentence, Moe Torabbeigi knew the scene awaiting him wouldn’t be ...

For The Record, Oct. 16, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Brent Kerns and Nikki Eyre, Cedaredge, a son, Oct. 6. Casey McCoy, Montrose, a son, Oct. 7. Chris and Jennifer Garcia, Eckert, a son, Oct. 8. Ballard and Jessica Bayles, Eckert, a daughter, Oct. ...


‘This is the people’s revenge,’ Saint says

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A Mesa County employee running to become one of the bosses said Friday he supports three ballot measures that have riled local government officials around the state. Steve Saint, a Libertarian and a Mesa County Sheriff’s Department ...

Wild horse’s death a point of contention

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has put down a wild horse that was part of an ongoing roundup near Meeker, but it is taking issue with an advocacy group’s contention that the horse was kicked and dragged before being put into a ...

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